In the run-up to the first Cloverfield film’s premiere in 2008, fans were in a frenzy. The cryptic title and mystery surrounding the picture, produced by Abrams and directed by Matt Reeves, had many speculating about its nature until the film was released in theatres. And now it is time for the fourth sequel in a row!
Cloverfield is an American science fiction anthology film series and media franchise created and produced by J. J. Abrams. It consists of three films, viral marketing websites linking the films together, and a Cloverfield/Kishin (2008) tie-in manga.
All of these are set in a shared fictional universe referred to as the “Cloververse.” The whole franchise revolves around creatures from other dimensions assaulting Earth over the course of several decades. This is as a result of an experiment conducted by an astronaut crew aboard the Cloverfield Station in deep space.
Each video portrays the reality-altering results of their research, which was intended to uncover a new energy source to replace the planet’s depleting resources, but instead opened portals for attack from numerous deep-space creatures.
The film is presented as a digital hand-held camera video discovered by the US Department of Defense. The camera was “discovered near US-447, an area once known as Central Park,” according to the film’s opening credits. The main timeline is interspersed with footage of two main characters before the crisis.
As a group of New Yorkers (Michael Stahl-David, Mike Vogel, and Odette Yustman) celebrates a farewell party, they have no idea that they are about to experience the most horrific night of their lives.
A skyscraper-sized monster descends on the city, spreading death and ruin in its wake. The buddies use a portable video camera to document their battle to live as New York collapses around them.
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Cloverfield, directed by Matt Reeves and written by Drew Goddard, and starring Lizzy Caplan, T.J. Miller, Odette Yustman, Michael-Stahl David, and a rampaging space monster with a penchant for smashing into Manhattan landmarks, was a type of Peak J.J.
The fact that the next sequel is in the works and being written is exciting news for series lovers. The second film in the series will be more closely connected to Cloverfield’s debut, and it will not be a found-footage film, according to insiders. However, there is no word on when the sequel’s development will begin.
Cloverfield is a work of art. It truly is. It does what it sets out to achieve, which is excellent. This found-footage action picture surprised me by making me care about the characters and even make me feel imprisoned with them in this never-ending turmoil.
The terrifying moments are frightening not so much because of the beast as they are because of how humans respond to it. There’s plenty of shouting in the midst of the constant action, and the cinematography creates a more chaotic atmosphere than a traditional one could.
It’s a fantastic film if you don’t have high expectations for “professional videography.” The film is centered on someone filming an extraterrestrial invasion with a camera. But you can still enjoy the movie and the storyline, and it’s extremely good!
By the conclusion, the characters had become rather memorable to me. And I hope the upcoming Cloverfield 4 will keep this expectation high.
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Cloverfield 4 has got a lot to be explored more than we were not able to cover up right here. But soon we will come up with something more about it! Until then stay up with us.
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